Hi to everybody
this summer I spent my holiday in the southwest of USA driving along beautiful byways and amazing canyons. With me, my inseparable photocamera.
Before travelling there, I spent some time for looking pictures of southwest places already taken by other photographers for studiing their work, composition, quality, etc.
In particular, I studied with interest the pictures taken into antelope canyon near Page: at the end, the majority of these pictures (mostly very amazing) were similar with each other.
My dream, as all photographers, was to able to take a unique picture of the canyon, but how is it possible when the subject is already photographed by thousands of professional or amateur photographers much better then me?
Finally, when I went to the canyon with a lot of other photographers around me, an idea came to my mind: I have a passion for the panorama format generally used for horizontal landscaping, why not use the same concept for vertical panorama?
Obviously nothing of new from technical point of view, but still uncommon point of view inside antelope canyon!!
What do you think?
These my results!
Photo credits: Fabio Cardano.
Expert tips on creating composite designs
- Illustration, Vector, Cartoon, Clipart: What's the Difference?
- How to Write Product Descriptions that Stand out and Sell
- Tip of the week: How to be unique in an ocean of stock photos
- Istanbul: The Beautiful Necklace of Asia and Europe
- Enjoy Fall Photography
- Copy space importance for designers to make composite images
- Advise for new photographers - displaying and designing billboards
- How to create Compelling Mixed Media Designs - A Journey Through Wild Africa